The home of the most famous cherry blossom spot in Tokyo, Nakameguro canal is a blossom wonderland in spring. The canal is lined with shops and stalls especially for the occasion serving festival food and spring-themed treats including plenty of pink champagne. The trees are illuminated in the evening and it looks best as the sunsets, with lanterns naming local people and businesses. Take note that the dates of this festival are sometimes changed slightly to match the blossoms, so keep an eye on the homepage.To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.
The whole of Shimokitazawa has gone moon-mad. The hip neighborhood will celebrate the start of autumn and the Japanese tradition of tsukimi (moon viewing) by holding an art festival on its streets. You can expect powerful installations by 6 separate […]3:00pm – 9:00pmFree
In the proud tradition of Japanese art events with very long and complicated names comes this “art illumination” event at the very fancy Gajoen in Meguro. The exhibition takes place in the Gajoen No. 3 building, which features the “hyakudan […]¥1,200 – ¥6,380
Free wine. Need we say more?11:00am – 9:00pmFree